Grateful Dead Live at Hampton Coliseum on 1989-10-09
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
Feel Like A Stranger, Built To Last, Little Red Rooster, Ramble On Rose, We Can Run But We Can't Hide, Jack A Roe, Memphis Blues, Row Jimmy, The Music Never Stopped
Playin' In The Band-> Uncle John's Band-> Playin' In The Band Reprise, Dark Star-> Drums-> Jam-> Death Don't Have No Mercy-> Dear Mr. Fantasy-> Hey Jude Reprise-> Throwing Stones-> Good Lovin', E: Attics Of My Life
Related Music (Beta) question-dark
Versions - Different performances of the song by the same artist
Compilations - Other albums which feature this performance of the song
Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists
|Feel Like A Stranger|
|Built to Last|
|Little Red Rooster|
|Ramble On Rose|
|We Can Run|
|Jack A Roe|
|The Music Never Stopped|
|Playin in the Band>|
|Uncle John's Band>|
|Playin in the Band>|
|Death Don't Have No Mercy>|
|Dear Mr. Fantasy>|
|Hey Jude Finale>|
|Attics of My Life|
- show billed as "Formerly The Warlocks"
- Dark Star last time played 07/13/1984 (359 shows)
- Attics of My Life last time played 10/28/1972 (1082 shows)
- This version of Feel Like A Stranger appears on the official release "Without A Net"
- power supply and DAT deck in the gear chain are unconfirmed
- 48khz version exists
Seeded to etree on:
- 2013-09-26 00:29:13
- Sony PCM-2600(Apogee AES/EBU)>Sound Devices 722 (16/48)> Firewire>Macbook>Sound Studio 3.6(fades, normalize peak, +gain, track)> Wave Editor 1.5.7 (iZotope Resampler)> xACT 2.21(align on sector boundaries, encode, tag, fingerprint)>flac16 (level 8 ); Taped by: Ted Mattes; DAT clone (2) provided by: Craig Hillwig; Transferred and seeded by: Lenny Stubbe
- Hampton, VA
- Run time
- Taped by
- Ted Mattes
- Transferred by
- Lenny Stubbe and Craig Hillwig
- Hampton Coliseum
This DS is actually at least the second best late period one I've heard, but that's not really saying much. It was a song that was formed partly by the equipment they were using in the '60s, and after that they all got on the "loud-'n'-clean" craze that made early '70s Dead sound, for me, so harsh, jarring, unpleasant and boring. It's not until '73 that I can listen to a DS all the way through, and the late period ones...well, some (like this one) are awesome, but it just doesn't sound "built" for the later period sound systems. MIDI synths and Japanese effects pedals are no substitute for desperately modded blackface Fender amps and Gibson humbucking pickups. But you can't play to a crowd this size with what you can carry in a small van.
The reappearance of the Wolf (Garcia's maple-topped Alembic guitar) is more interesting, and it's funny that when he's using its "dry" tone (MIDI off), it sounds absolutely no different than the Tiger. Goes to show that the axe is a small part of the whole rig.
Subject: Historic Crowd Reactions
What a year for Grateful Dead.
Subject: thank you!
thanks to all involved in getting this out there.
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